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February 21, 2019
When numbers are misused in a way that reinforces an idea that such institutions are less than most of higher education, we should respond, argues Walter Kimbrough.
February 20, 2019
Expanding access to lower-cost and more flexible training programs must be tied to measurable job outcomes, General Assembly officials argue.
February 19, 2019
Michael Drucker proposes what he thinks would be an ethical conclusion to the experimental college.

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February 21, 2019
I was educated in the last century, and yet I'm thriving in the age of disruption. Are there lessons for those who worry about the "demands of the 21st century?"
February 21, 2019
Thinking about resilance in the face of severe weather events.
February 21, 2019
Make the most of your vendor partnerships with honesty, integrity and a little empathy.

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October 4, 2005
The golden age of the general-interest academic review is over. Or is it? Scott McLemee wonders.
October 3, 2005
Michael Bugeja reflects on journalism, journalism education, and academic values in an era in which many value opinion more than fact.
September 30, 2005
Kenneth G. Elzinga considers the very different roles and responsibilities of each.
September 29, 2005
Scholarly books can be a strain on the eyes and the pocketbook alike. Scott McLemee wonders if academic presses have found an answer in blogging....
September 28, 2005
Gerald Graff, who coined the phrase "teach the controversy," applies it to the issue of the moment.

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